Watch for Allergic Skin Rashes Caused by Topical Meds

You'll need to stay alert for topical meds that may cause allergic contact dermatitis.

This itchy, scaly, or oozy skin rash is caused by a delayed allergic reaction...usually after repeated exposure to a topical allergen.

Usual culprits include fragrances, dyes, or poison ivy...but topical meds can also be a common cause.

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